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would happen in derek jeter was doing that. >> i would buy tickets! >> bill: all right. so you both in agreement. >> for derek jeter or madonna? >> bill: no. >> i think that's a yes. >> bill: sorry i brought up derek jeter. i'm sorry. i didn't mean to do it. we're all in agreement that miss madonna should keep them on, shut up and give the money based on one concert performance. give one concert. >> you got sing her old songs. >> bill: did she sing them when you we want? >> not really. sang all the new songs? >> yes. >> bill: that nobody likes? >> right. that's why she took her clothes off. >> bill: all right. ladies and gentlemen, i have no idea what was said during that segment. when we come back, gutfeld and mcquirk. with gutfeld causing big trouble, saying president obama's faking outrage over the libyan situation. that report such as it is after these messages. >> bill: thanks for staying with us. i'm bill o'reilly. in the what the heck just happened segment? greg gutfeld making a bold assertion. he says president obama is faking outrage over libya. >> for them to go after the
into early sunday morning. derek jeters about that frost advisory begins at 2:00, lasting until:00 a.m. sunday. this in place for the north bay mountains and valleys where temperatures will be dropping back down into the upper 20s to lower 30s, 29-32 degrees. here is a look at the projects lows and look at up ther 20s. in fact, i have dropped them a bit more towards santa rosa and napa. 29 degrees. oakland readings in the lower 40s. definitely want to bundle up. so definitely be prepared to wake up to very cold numbers first thing tomorrow. the afternoon will be a different story, coming up the neighborhoods that will warm up to near 60 degrees and what shower chances return in our five-day forecast. >>> two water mains burst this morning, sending water gushing onto a palo alto street. it happened at the intersection of walnut drive and newell road. the floodwaters seeped through the side waul of one home, cause major damage. utility workers dug up the street to romove and rea replace one of the old cast- iron pipes that broke. they say freezing temperatures overnight may have caused
will include will ferrell and yankees shortstop derek jeter. new could hit the tracks as early as new years' eve. pacific railroad luxury train line southern california and downtown vegas. the ceo of the project says the adults only party train will have publish leather seats big screens tvs and high end bar cars he's put it essentially a nightclub on wheels. one way trips set to start at 99 bucks. $325 million could buy you a lot of christmas gifts. that's the sort of money that someone might be shopping with this year. it is the top prize for tomorrow night's power ball drawing. the lottery is played in 43 states. wednesday night marked the 14th consecutive drawings in which no one hit the jackpot. cool critter time now and take a look at this. you would be upset. a swiss shepard dog. zoo keepers say she is very patient. even when the club's -- cubs show their claws and his at her. no threat to the dog at least for now. i didn'tupdating top stories. violent protests after president sweeping new supports that could lead to dictatorship. the push to start black friday early might be here to
can get injured. joe mauer $184 million for eight years, and derek jeter, three-year contract for $51 million. but there is a guy who is responsible for that. baseball is big business and the man who has done more than anything else for that died today, marvin miller, the players' first union chief, and a-rod owes him. john avalon is outfront. and you've been looking into the legacy of marvin miller, and he's loved and hated figure. >> he's a very controversial figure, but he did more to transform the national pass time than anyone and never wore a uniform. here's how, he brought free agency to baseball. it's one of the great ironies that this union lawyer did more to advance individual competition and grow the game into a modern big business than anybody else. and erin, i love baseball. so i'm bias, but it's a game of statistics. check out this one statistic. when marvin miller came in as the players chief, the average salary was $7,000 a year, now the average salary is $3.4 million a year. that's market at work, that is directly marvin miller's innovation. free agency leaving all th
of a player. joe mauer, $184. and derek jeter, $51 million. baseball is big business and the man who has done any more to make it that way is marvin miller, died today. he was the players' first union chief and a-rod owes him. john avalon, have you been looking into the legacy, loved and hated figure? >> he is a very controversial figure. he did more to transform the pass time and he didn't wear a uniform. free agency. he grew the game into modern big business. and i love baseball, so i'm biased. a game of statistic. when marvin miller came in as players union chief, average salary, $7,000. now it's $3.4 million. market at work. directly marvin miller's innovati innovation, free agency. some stuff people don't like. strikes. >> those contracts make me sort of nauseous. it's a free market, but nauseating. >> it's an amazing achievement. >> it is. blocked by owners from the hall of fame, even though this is the man who has late rally created modern baseball as you love it or loathe it right now. >> that's exactly right. great injustice. marvin miller denied entry to hall of fame. the owners sti
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